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Thread: OpenSuse and RoR

  1. #1
    jamespellerano NNTP User

    Default OpenSuse and RoR

    Is OpenSuse a good platform to host a Ruby on Rails application on?

  2. #2
    Chris Cox NNTP User

    Default Re: OpenSuse and RoR

    On Thu, 2008-06-12 at 18:46 +0000, jamespellerano wrote:
    > Is OpenSuse a good platform to host a Ruby on Rails application on?
    >
    >


    Sure, why not? However, like any non-Enterprise distro, you just need
    to keep in mind the lifetime of the support for the release. If you
    don't mind upgrading every year or two, you'll be fine.



  3. #3
    jamespellerano NNTP User

    Default Re: OpenSuse and RoR

    Are there any pre-compiled packages on OpenSuse or do I have to compile them, which I don't mind doing?

  4. #4
    google01103 NNTP User

    Default Re: OpenSuse and RoR

    jamespellerano wrote:

    >
    > Are there any pre-compiled packages on OpenSuse or do I have to compile
    > them, which I don't mind doing?
    >
    >

    http://packages.opensuse-community.o...o=openSUSE_103
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    Default Re: OpenSuse and RoR

    do not precomiled packages. just install rub-gems and install rails usong gems. precompiled packages are usually out of date.
    using ruby-gems is also very simple.

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